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    Hi
    I need to know where I can find a push button animal sounds mainly with horse sound
    any help will be appreciate
    thanks
    coamex scroller::

    I moved your thread to a more appropriate forum to maximize traffic and get you more responses to your request/question.
    Last edited by wood-n-things; 08-29-2011, 11:53 PM.

  • #2
    After a lot of research. Here is the best I can come up with unless you want 1000 piece minimum from china.

    Amazon.com: 10 Second Recordable Sound Chip for Make Your Own Stuffed Animals: Toys & Games
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
    Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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    • #3
      Here are several sites that you can get the sounds you want.

      animal sounds - Google Search
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
      Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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      • #4
        Record your own using a "recordable" greeting card and what ever source you can for the sound of the animal you want.
        Fredfret

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        • #5
          I did a similar thing for a Christmas item.
          I programmed a simple song in Assembler to a PIC microcontroller and made it play when the chip was turned on. I can reuse that chip for a few thousand new songs, robots and other projects at the cost of $2.

          I used MPLAB 8 as the IDE.

          Steve
          What does software and woodworking have in common?

          me...

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          • #6
            Steve, you tell us in english what you did and where you bought it. Thanks for clarifying if possible.
            Taking It Real Easy
            Doug

            Doug's Wood Puzzles and Gallery

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            • #7
              I can shed some light to Steve's message. A PIC microcontroller is a programmable chip that has RAM and storage space (and many other features) built in to the chip. There are different programming languages that can be used, including BASIC, C and Assembler. You can program the chip to change the frequency of a signal coming from one of the pins and create sounds or songs with a small speaker.

              The MPLAB mentioned is a free software suite from MICROCHIP that includes an Integrated Development Environment, IDE.

              The chips are inexpensive, but there is some upfront preparation needed. You need to learn how to program the chip, then a circuit board (build or buy) of some type to make it work, a PIC programmer to get the program into the chip. It is not rocket science and there is a huge amount of information about PIC and other microcontrollers on the internet, but for most it is more effort than buying a recordable greeting card.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TimB221 View Post
                I can shed some light to Steve's message. A PIC microcontroller is a programmable chip that has RAM and storage space (and many other features) built in to the chip. There are different programming languages that can be used, including BASIC, C and Assembler. You can program the chip to change the frequency of a signal coming from one of the pins and create sounds or songs with a small speaker.

                The MPLAB mentioned is a free software suite from MICROCHIP that includes an Integrated Development Environment, IDE.

                The chips are inexpensive, but there is some upfront preparation needed. You need to learn how to program the chip, then a circuit board (build or buy) of some type to make it work, a PIC programmer to get the program into the chip. It is not rocket science and there is a huge amount of information about PIC and other microcontrollers on the internet, but for most it is more effort than buying a recordable greeting card.
                Just what he said!
                A pre recordered card is the easiest, but for me I usually don't have the time or money to buy and wait for shipping, so I get out my programmer and burn some code to it!

                Steve
                What does software and woodworking have in common?

                me...

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